Exciting bus tours allows visitors to see all of the top landmarks in Washington D.C. during the day or night
About This Deal
- Classic ticket is valid for one day only
- Premium ticket is valid for two days but does not include the Night Tour
- Deluxe ticket is valid for two days and includes the Night Tour
- Child tickets are for ages 3-12; adult tickets are for ages 13 and older
Daytime Hop-On-Hop-Off Tour
This open-top bus tour includes attractions within the nation's capital such as The White House, U.S. Capitol, Air and Space Museum, Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, FDR Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial are just a few of the iconic landmarks. This tour has many stops for guests to hop on or hop off the bus and visit attractions and points of interest. Tours have a personal recorded commentary, available in eight languages.
Two-Hour Bus Night Tour
This open-top bus tour highlights the Nation's Capital's standout landmarks beautifully illuminated after dusk. A knowledgeable tour guide will tell the stories behind Washington?s iconic landmarks. The guide will explain the history of these national monuments and reveal the perfect position to capture the most impressive photos. This panoramic tour leaves from L' Enfant Plaza and includes one stop-off where your guide will hop off with you and take you on a short walking tour of the Lincoln Memorial and Korean War Memorial.
About Big Bus Tours
Three separate tour loops give patrons of Big Bus Tours a chance to see as many of D.C.'s incredible sights as their minds can handle—and there's plenty of fresh air thrown in for free. Hop-on, hop-off privileges give visitors to the city (or residents looking at it with new eyes) a chance to pop out to see the Lincoln Memorial, then re-board at their convenience to journey toward one of the other beautiful, historic marble landmarks that dot the city. But you don't have to leave the bus to enjoy the sunshine: the double-decker tops offers riders the chance to slap on some sunscreen, grab their shades, and feel the wind blow through their hair as softly as it laced through President Washington's straw-filled ponytail.